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Re: Is clonazepam/Klonopin a real anxiolytic? Franz

Posted by Squiggles on October 11, 2006, at 16:56:56

In reply to Is clonazepam/Klonopin a real anxiolytic?, posted by Franz on October 9, 2006, at 20:18:26

> I feel different when I take clonazepam from when I use alprazolam. Like alprazolam relaxes me more and affects mood in other way also.
> Clonazepam is good but I am not sure if it makes my mood worse.
> I take low doses of both when I do.
> I know clonazepam was first used as an anticonvulsant, so maybe although they are both benzo they are not equivalent.

Good question; it was first manufactured
as an anti-convulsant, but all benzos are
anti-convulsants. It is not a fast anxiolytic
but insofar as anxiety is a gabba-thing, i guess
it is an anxiolytic. Alcohol is an anxiolytic
for that matter.





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